Saboteurs hide out in a small Greek village with Kelly and Scott hot on their trail. Kelly's entanglement with the town mayor's daughter adds to their difficult predicament.

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Saboteurs hide out in a small Greek village with Kelly and Scott hot on their trail. Kelly's entanglement with the town mayor's daughter adds to their difficult predicament.

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30 October 1967 (USA)  »

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Episode title derived from "The Red Badge Of Courage", an American Civil War novel written by Stephen Crane during the 19th century. See more »

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Embarrassing, really.
29 August 2008 | by (Georgetown, KY) – See all my reviews

One of the worst. The reason for the mission sounds promising but nothing much happens. It's the usual good-hearted, old-fashioned Greek village during a wine festival with a good looking young girl, a young boyfriend, a boisterous father, the possibility of a shotgun wedding, etc., etc. The fights were particularly routine and the bad guys were very bad shots when trying to hit our heroes although one of them was pretty good at shooting a tossed pair of binoculars. In the mid-60s there was a lot of script shopping as the same concept would show up from show to show such as I Spy, Man from Uncle, Star Trek, Wild Wild West and so on. If I were of Greek extraction I might be peeved at the portrayals shown on TV, but I'm not Greek, so I'll just say that this one was played for (few) laughs with Louise Sorel looking My-T-Fine as the obligatory village girl looking for a husband and Kelly Robinson getting caught up in the zany, madcap, hilarious adventures that happen on a regular basis in every small village in the hills.


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